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2019 

An Injured Spouse is when a married taxpayer files a joint return with their spouse, and when the IRS offsets some or all of the refund of the return, to pay a spouse’s debt. Examples of financial obligations that will trigger an offset of the refund include prior IRS Debt, unpaid child support, ...
06/30/2019
As we covered in previous blogs, while Married Filing Joint filing status (MFJ) is popular for married taxpayers because it often results in a lower tax liability, another consequence of filing MFJ, is that each spouse is jointly and severally liable for the taxes due on a joint return, regardles...
06/28/2019
One of my firm’s specialty services is providing CFO services and financial coaching to small and medium sized businesses. When entrepreneur’s walk into our office, they are often stressed and operating in chaos. While their problems  may be numerous, I often find that they have one thing in comm...
06/27/2019
As discussed in earlier blogs, while Married Filing Joint filing status (MFJ) is popular for married taxpayers because it often results in a lower tax liability, another consequence of filing MFJ, is that each spouse is jointly and severally liable for the taxes due on a joint return, regardless ...
06/23/2019
As discussed in an earlier blog, while Married Filing Joint filing status (MFJ) is popular for married taxpayers because it often results in a lower tax liability, another consequence of filing MFJ, is that each spouse is jointly and severally liable for the taxes due on a joint return, regardles...
06/19/2019
Most married taxpayers file using the Married Filing Joint filing status. This makes sense in most cases since it typically results in the lowest combined tax for the taxpayers. However, one impact of filing Married Filing Jointly, is that by default, each spouse is jointly and severally liable f...
06/11/2019
A common question that comes up with small business owners who visit our Richardson TX office is whether they can get a tax deduction for their Home Office. Today we’ll spend a little time discussing the Home Office Deduction for a small business owner who files on Schedule C of their tax return....
06/09/2019
In our last blog, we discussed IRS Penalty abatement using the First Time Abatement option. Today, we will talk about getting your penalty abated using Reasonable Cause to resolve the issue. Tax Penalties are a common issue for taxpayers that come to our Richardson TX office to discuss tax proble...
06/05/2019
Today, we’re going to spend some time talking about how to have an IRS Tax Penalty removed if it is your first offense or the first in 3 years.  This is a common issue for taxpayers that come to our Richardson TX office to discuss tax problems.  Penalties can double your tax debt (or more) over t...
06/02/2019
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